I am amazed by the compliments I receive in regard to what a handsome dog he is. One of the vets at the clinic asked if he was a “New Jersey dog,” and then went on to say that if all breeders in the U.S. would follow the practices of The Seeing Eye, there would be much better dogs to be had. I thought that you’d like to hear that.
I cannot begin to express my gratitude to The Seeing Eye for everything you did for me. I never dreamed that a dog guide would become so much a part of my life.
Seeing Eye graduate
Dear Seeing Eye,
Please accept this donation in honor of Morris Gottlieb. Morris was adopted from [The Seeing Eye], but recently died. Morris was a phenomenal dog – loved, admired and respected by all who knew him. He had a grace and charm that were the envy of many. Most impressive of all was the amount of love and care he received from his mom and dad.
My husband and I were fortunate enough to have Morris’s mom and dad babysit for our “yellow boy” Sargent. He was very appreciative, as were we, of being able to stay in such a wonderful environment. We think of it as “basking in the greatness of Morris.”
We are sending this donation from one yellow dog in honor of another and hope that you can use it to provide health care for another retiree. Thanks for giving dogs like Morris great homes in retirement.
Nancy Katz VMD
Upper Montclair, N.J.
Dear Seeing Eye,
About two months ago, [Training Supervisor/New Initiatives] Lukas Franck came to help my husband, Kurt, with a couple of dog issues he was having. We thought we might have to retire Capri because of [these issues]. Lukas improved that difficulty significantly, and our happy